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  • Favourite Sports Person

    Viv Richards & Kevin Pietersen

  • Favourite Band


  • Favourite Food

    Chicken Alfredo

  • Favourite Car


  • Favourite Film

    Good Will Hunting

  • Most Likely To

    hug someone!

  • Education

    Eastbourne College

  • Party Trick

    Rap Drake's 'Tuscan Leather' word for word

  • Lookalike

    Marcus Rashford

  • Best Cricketing Moment

    Scoring a double hundred in a 50-over game at school

  • Proudest Moment

    Seeing my parents so happy after I signed for Kent

Tawanda Muyeye

Date of Birth-Debut-
Years of Service2021-Capped-
Best Bat-BowlRight-arm off-break
Best Bowl-Shirt Sponsor-
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Player Biography

A Sports Scholar at Eastbourne College under the mentorship of former Kent stars Rob Ferley and James Tredwell, the 20-year-old was named as Wisden Schools Cricketer of the Year for 2020, an award previously won by England stars Jonny Bairstow and Jos Buttler, as well as Kent’s Vice-Captain, Daniel Bell-Drummond.

Born in Zimbabwe but qualifying as a domestic player, Muyeye is a highly-talented, attacking batsman, and a useful off-spinner with an outstanding schoolboy record.

In 2019, in his first year in the sixth form at Eastbourne, Muyeye scored 1,112 runs with 56 sixes – both records for the 150-year-old school. He also scored two double hundreds, his second coming from only 135 deliveries.

Other Teams

Sussex Development XI